Canada: Summer drought possible for parts of B.C., environment minister warns

Vancouver Sun: Environment Minister Barry Penner warned Friday of possible drought for parts of British Columbia this summer. Penner said below average snowpacks across the province could mean streams will be running much lower than normal by the summer months. "With the exception of high-elevation areas on Vancouver Island and the South Coast, snowpacks across B.C. are all below normal," said a statement released by the government Friday. "The low snowpack and smaller-than-normal ......

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